- This year, Audeo and its Altus Network sister schools graduated about 650 students with a diploma, CHSPE, or GED. Lead Partner, Robin Ritchdonned a cap and gown to help distribute diplomas.
- Thanks to Partner, Sherri Neasham, the Altus/Audeo Strategic Outcome Plan is now complete and all staff and teachers have fully embraced it.
- Audeo is redesigning their website and online marketing.
- Audeo is on track expanding their learning centers.
- Audeo has a strong financial footing.
July 26, 2012
Posted by SDSVP at 10:08 AM
July 25, 2012
We have started a new “Partners Only” group on LinkedIn where you will be able to access the latest communications from SVP. As a member of the group, you will see meeting minutes, events, announcements and info for Partners only. Click here to stay in the loop!
Posted by SDSVP at 10:06 AM
July 24, 2012
We are pleased to share with you the Social Venture Partners International 2011 report on network growth. There’s a lot to be proud of!
- By year end 2011, the SVP network invested more than $46 million in 518 nonprofits.
- Last year, 25 SVPs invested $3.5 million in 132 nonprofits.
- In total, 53 funding cycles were completed across the network.
- Cumulatively, the network grew to 2,165 individuals (1,375 partner units) in 2011.
Coming soon…we will share a report summary of our collective progress over the past year.
Posted by SDSVP at 5:00 PM
Starting with a Fireside Chat in the home of Partner, Richard Bockoff, a group of dedicated Partners has been quietly working on a plan to help “turn off the spigot” of animals that end up in shelters, homeless and facing euthanasia. The group researched best practices across the country and discovered that by targeting specific zipcodes from which the majority of unwanted animals emerge results in a significant reduction in the number of unwanted animals arriving at shelters. Their first project was teaming up with the San Diego County Animal Welfare Coalition to strategically leverage everyone’s resources to spay/neuter an additional 1700 animals, mostly cats, before the spring heat cycle in Feb 2012.
Posted by SDSVP at 9:56 AM